Tisti dan sem sedela na tleh. Prislonjena na ogledalo v enem od baletnih studiev nacionalne operne hiše. Takrat, tisti trenutek, prav tistega sončnega popoldneva, se je po kotih dvorane plazila nekakšna otožna črna gmota žalosti. “Verjetno je kriva glasba,” sem pomislila. “Ali pa ponedeljek. Ponedeljki so krivi za vse tegobe sveta.”  Ne vem od kje se je prikradla ta otožnost. Ne vem, kako ji je uspelo, da mi zleze v vse pore telesa. Žalovala sem in preklinjala vesolje. Žalovala sem za nekom, ki ga v življenju nisem srečala in nisem spoznala. Preklinjala sem vesolje, ker mi ni dalo priložnosti, da bi ga spoznala. Verjetno strašansko egoistično razmišljanje, ampak želela sem si samo kapljico te izjemnosti, ki jo je premogel. Samo senco tega… Samo pičico.    Simfonija otožnih pesmi je žalostinka. Živi in diha nekaj tako zelo otožnega. Oddaja nekaj tako močnega in globokega, da se ti zdi, da te s svojimi ogromnimi, žalostnimi rokami zgrabi v pest in te zmečka. Zmečka vsak košček tvojega bita do neopisljive in neotipljive bolečine. Simfonija otožnih pesmi je tako zelo emocionalna, kot bi vanjo svoje žalovanje vdihnile vse duše tega sveta, ki so ostale same v svoji izgubi in bolečini.   Simfonija otožnih pesmi […]
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DOCTOR ZHIVAGO

10. 11. 2016
by darjin01
Doctor Zhivago, one of the most beautiful and touching love stories in the world of art, is a famous novel by the Russian writer Boris Pasternak, for which he was awarded a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958. In his outstandingly personal and philosophical story the author also contemplates on different aspects of system and the impact of the Revolution on humans and their social devaluation – the themes that were of course rather inconvenient for the authorities in the then Soviet Union. Therefore, in the face of great pressure put upon him, the writer had to renounce the prestigious prize.  After that his Doctor Zhivago remained rather unwonted at home, where the novel only re-established its true value after the social changes that occurred in the 1990’s. In the meantime, the novel became a huge success in the West, where it was translated into many languages. Particularly exposed in the novel’s renowned British-American film version, directed by David Lean in 1965, was an intimate story about the romance between Doctor Zhivago and Lara, which, after enthralling the audience and the film world alike (and receiving six Oscars and five Golden Globes), became a cult classic. Due to the fact […]
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